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TERMS.-;--Two DOLLARS A' YEAR, OR ONE DOL
*LAB AND FLFTT-CP.NTS. IiPAIR IN ADVANCE. :
$l-75 IF ..PAID. WiWIN :TEE YEAR:. '
UNION STATE .TICKET.
' . CANAL . COMMISSIONER,
THOMAS. E. -COCHRAN,' of - York Co:
AUDITOR GENERAL,. ,• ,
DARWIN PHELPS,. of Armstrong Co.
SURVEYOR GETvERA:L, _ • _
BARTHOLOMEW LAPORTE, Bradford.
PIERCE'S LAST BID
ThO recognition of the Walker' .gov
ernment in Nicaragua—which it was un
derstobd was stoutly Apposed by Mr. Mar
cy, Secretary Of State, and 3ther mein
of:the'Cabinet=has at last been for-
mally-made - by President Pierce and-may .
beflon,4iiiered lase'bid for ; the Prdi
dential.nomination at Cincinnati.. Par
::willte,reteembered was driVen away frOm . -
WashingtOn With - c,ontenipt, blitthe iicw ,
-Minister, - Whois'" apnOuneed . as Pa'dre'l
Vijil, a -native Catholic Priest from
aragua, is now received, with all the lion
. ors. Ilie . .N. Y. Heralditays of this re
a.sop for -buncombe: .International, du
ty, international courtesy, governmerk,
policy, bad nothing, to do with .4, - . •:'l - t- •
was purely, the trick of a desperate . player
for the-Cincinnati ConVention! . 13ut it
hai conic too. late. .The 'Walker govern
Was a; firmly established when Col ,
French reported himself to Marcy, - as .
. now,if not a,little more so. NOthinp:
-whatever, has.tranSpircd, within or with,
out'of . Nicaragmi; since the repeated,
of M. Marcy, to.. recognize Ain
.governMent in the person o.
French, to giVe a stronger coloring of ye :
liditi.Or -Solidity . to Walker's establish
mentthan it possessed.when French was
driven from, Washington. rresidents
and premiers, however, like many other
men, — are wiser—towv--than--they
yesterday, .They live. and Jeain.
late speeches of-Senators Douglas: and
_Wellei_appear to have . opened Jthe eyes
of Mr, ,Dierce to a . ..great haw :14
raugeineuts for Cincinnati. Altogeth
er, the urgent necessities of Mr. Pierce
in referenc& to' the Cincinnati Conven
tipn are pushing him into complicationf
in this Central American bndine.qd
otherwise he would not have the hafdi
hood to confront. But the .oineinnati
nomination is worth the risk of umet ,
tling our nonttnercial and.financi . 9. rela
tions with England and France, especially
when, after the --Cincinnati Ceuventioil,
-the;,administration will be - perfectly` -free
to back out. Perhaps this•consideration
may have quieted the fears .of Marcy in
consenting to the warlike programme foi
the 30th of June. Who knavitl"
WASHINGTON MArrEns.-=—What shall
bedone - with the 13rftiah Minister . ,is now ,
the exciting question at, Washington..
41 - is'Own government, it: is said, has "re
solved not, to recall him and our govern=
went will'therefore be obliged to offer
him his passports. Tho British govern.
meat will then probably retaliate by of
Mr. pats his passports and di
pleinatia intercourse be suspended for a
,—. The various, Foreign. Legations at
l iffishingtirn 4 iS said have - resolved not
to'reeogoize Padre:Vigil, the . Nicaraguan
Minister, either socially or officially.
The Minister front the`Netherlands
is Tisch censned for refusing ,to testify
the Herbert bomieide • - ease.: HQ is
.said to be willing to giVe a simple state
, meat of.fac,ts witnessed by Alin, if the
will oda) both parties, • -
liTh - e-atiribrioan - --tState:
met in rHarrh3burg, (16 TuesdaY of last
week, failed to agree:on the Presidential
tau:dig were intro
duced by Geri. Sinall 4 . iof .Philmielibia;
ratifying the' nomination: of Fillmore and
Donelson, and denoutieing the National
Administration for _thd th - e - Mis- •
sourt Compromise: , :These ;resolution's
were - - warmly urged by the l'hiladelphia
_ens iy.r e of ;
ferdd JottrOt ri, uppyuviiig
of the'ictio9,ofthe,,de antes who retired
from the Philadelplia onvention, ansi
calling a new'' Convention to meet' in New
York on tile 12th' of Jutie to nominate a
candidate for ther Presiate4, :Gov;
Johnston's resolutionili were supported by
the-Western delegates. Other delegates
were in. favor of postponing allaction on
the Pre9idential question to 'a. later pe
riod.- -After a warm debate Gen. Small's
resolutions•were dopted and, the others
rejected by - a vote of to 22. Gov.
Johnston and those ho agreed with him
then retired from_ the Council.: : - They
subsequentlY met and, iirw,up a protest
against the actioreof the, Council and uni
tedin.a call to.send4clegates to the Nevi.
York Convention, The nominations of
Cochran,-Fhelps and Laporte - for — State
offices, by .the. Unick . Convention - were
ratifiecl Jiy the Council. Forty-six .coun
ties liaa no-repro-sentatior(in—tlfe
The latest, intelligence from Kansas
shdws that the troubles are mther.on.the
increase otterwiSe in thee territory.
The UcS. , Marsbalbas r!focla
major! stating that he had been' resisted
-by a mob, while endeavoring to inake, ar- - .
resia.,:an.d Calling upon the people of the
territory-k) aid executing the - law's.
Under this , NVo'clamation hundteds of
-newly arrived-Sea.thern emigrants have•
been enrolled as a fo'reeo aid the Mar
shal, and, according to thc, acyounts of
correspendents; were' mar*ing to _the
'Emene.ofaetiOn. Some of them 'ealcula
ted upon, surprising Lawrence, but, it
Was said there were 1500 = men - at Law
rend°. armed. with Sharpo's-rifles, .with a
strongly fortified breastWOrk and two pie-,
•Oes of artillery, who declare that they
will resist all attempts at their arrest._
The Lecompton Union,. a.Kanzas'Pro
:slavery-paper, stats_that Reeder„Robin,
son and other Free State men have been°
indicted-in - the W. S. Court - for. treason:
Robinson had' beeen arrested' and Reeder
is said to havO — flo - d the 31)0
administration seems 'to be exciting' all
its power to . " crush out" the Free _State
Three or four more Conventions are to
be hold soon, to place some more candi
dates in lhe field for tlie - Presidency
Thep sent prospects are - that there - will
be least four or five candidates run
ning for the_Presidency;_and•as a con*
i. quence, some- one who is not the choice,
of the majority of the.people . will proba
bly be elected to the high Moe of Presi
dent. The Loco Conv9tAion will meet'
At, Cincfenati, on flip second Of Juno.,
The AMerican Convention, composed of
those of die party dissatisfied with the
Philadelihiti Convention, will meet: in
New York, on'the .12th of 'lune. The
Republican Convention,. called
,as a "Pio
pie's Convention, l ! will meet in Phila
delphia on the 17th of Jutie.
Jtinoz IVIOL: Ares - OnNioir:—ln a
brief letter to Ge Cass ; in the:National
Jus „e McLean; of the''U..
S. Supreme Court takes the . gtound that
Congress has 'the power , to p;•Olraiiiitit
not'to establish Slavery in a territory.
Thisis the true doctrine; alwaysbeld'and
enforced by *Jefferson, Madison -and- the
- early fiWlllOll of the country.
Ort4onszitenuno,,--The 'citizens of
Chanabershurg have subscribed 420,090
for the erection of ans Works in that
- Jaun U 3Y
,gl'iiii'4e - .,.:oiijci.lS' . ':.
Eount nub' Cotinto '3llattrs.
•_ • tcKINSON, .
c .talitgue of this , nnpiett nett popular , insti
'''toit...elistonaleg,eh,pita thenumber of F , .,tu.
Aoki in the several clustes
!t/n r '4.11104,
The aumber_ of Stuaents-is --somewhat- less
than of ltist year althougli,seonshierably
higher than.the - al/imago' of •pieeeding voars.
The falling'off maybe fairlY - attributed to the
high - trices which have pretaived during , the
last.tWo years, the effect of which has been
to curtail the patrolmge.of educational insti
talons generally. Notwithstaaing this 'the
situation of the college may be regarded as
prosperous and flourishing., With a Faculty
conposed of "gentlemen of a high order of abil
ity, jealous in their effete to •'promote the
iatellectnal and moral welfa;e, of those pla,ce
under their . .cam-Livia:T., elienSive
museums, ihilosophieal apparatus and all
other facilities for natural and scientific
lustrtition, Dickinson College certainly .pos
sesses the, means of imparting a sound
liberal education to an extent not surpassed
- by any otherlestitutionln the country.' 'The
'course of study IS:adapted' to the :most
thoroughlnenitardeVelopement - and training.
/The' discipline bf the college is mild hit firm
. ness of character to the 'Student. The several
libraries of the college and the societies, nil
of.which are accessible to the • atudenta,• now
comprise an nggregitte of 20.396 • volumes and
art annually : idc:easing.. The:lneaus-ofiedu—
cation ate now also rendered more available
. C - 6 students of moderate circumstances through
the cheap scholarships, which are still for
sale at the.rate of $25 for 4 yerirsl $5O -for
I 0 yesirs ; $100: for 25 years.: Tuition is $33
Per year.. Opportunity is itterefore afforded •
t - u'securelor - $25 -- what - has hitherto cest-$132;-
for , 50 what: ecist."33o nn.d 'for:,slo6:tv coSt
$82.5! The advantages of these scholarshii4,
which may ire long be ditticule:to . procure
except at advanced •rates,. will be sufficiently
obvious-to , prl.epts.' Sende of the most dirt•
tinguished statesmen and jurists of our cbtin=
try•are graduates of Dickinson College, and
long may, the venerable institution 'lcontlnue
to prosper. • •
NEW HAT STORE.—The largo d
elegant. new store room. in' Ireirt's
on the north cast.corner of the public square
bus been taken by . Mr. J. B: Keller, who has
p.t.pfned a beaptiful and extensive assort
iiientofSpring and Summer Hats of the mist .
fashimiblO , and tasteful styles, together with
a splendid stk N ef Boots
, and Shoes of all
qualities ant In•the line of bats and
s mes he has an assort) net which cannot be
surpassed iu the borough either• for elegance
or cheapness. Tlfe new store is well worthy
ETHIOPEAN CO NCERTS.—Sharpley':
- third Tcortocrt -- thi s
evening itiM orlon Ball. - This -ba'rld 4 -tam -
posed of excellent singers and their delinea. 4
Lions of Negro chara l cter are amusing and
laughable. They hare drawn crowded houses
for ihe last two evenings. •
The advortisement of Messrs. LAN
DRETH & Son is well la - ortby theTailentiori - iof
our agricultural•roaders. Alt.their establish
ment iii"Plinidelphia, our Fanners and Gar
deners can-supply themselves with . all things
needful in theahapeoelmplements or 'Seeds,
rlftlai,yo.4,bestoluality, and, on ihJo.mast
: - •
THE :Thin 111AGAzwEs.: , e--Ilarpor's
Oodey's, Putnant'e and palloOt
141no;in §s. Store
at,Mr4iper?o.Book and Periodical Store on
Main street. - . `"."- , -
PRODYTERIAN • GENERAL ABBiMI3LIEO.-
New ,School.—The.Sixty-second Annual Meet
ing of the New Sphoot Presbyterian General
Aesembly Was commenced in Now York on
Thu;sAay. k The Rey-Dr. 'William C. Wisner,
of Lockport, N. Y.; preacima the Annual'Ser
mon: Dr. L. P. Rikolt, of the Synod of Alba
ny, N. Y., wee then elected Moderator. After
the transaction of some customary formal buti
nem the session closed. - •
Old School.--Th e Old" School General As
.sembly met ip New -''York , Oil the same day,
Rev. Dr. Rica, 'of the last Assenibly
.preached the annual setihon. _Rey. Dr. Ma:
Portend, of ylr g inip, wee elected Modeirator.
CamObell; of Albany, Clerk.. The
_adjourned. ' •
t r I7DDIN imaTner.-Judge Samuel I,l.•Bonbain
ofOrk, Pa., who partioipated in ibe reeep.
'Von of the Hon James l3nobanan in that bor.
qugh, ' On„ Monday laat, was taken ill with
spasms, on the same evening, and died op
-Wednesday folio leg. r He served as an Aliso
clot • ti =r r ten years, and died at the age
STILL LATER Fiat
Tlic at;eantshlA'aiiticm Ligorpgol, reached
trerticati - at - Nety - Yotdc ; nn - Fridar ;Hai mans
contain some items tintet•eat, Afterthe (Aft :
cial Pl:Oteedingit. of, i) 'PentC• Coiii had
been cone u 0. - .7 - 771W"expression_ ov.opinio9
took plitosion'the - part of ike_Plenipotentiarfes.
And quite in _exciting.: dim:olden Ar:Ose
tke demand 'of Count Cavour for a secular
gevernment for Dal,: The
. count'a demand.
had caused a panic at Rome. The proposal of
Great Britain to caPiWize,thieliohnd - Duesilid'
not prove acceptable to Denniark. The incur-.
gents_of Syria had been defente4l. Trouble'
bhiween, the ruittres anti the English &
hid - o
eurred at the Cape Of Good Hopp. - • ,
The steamer George' Law 'arrived at New
York on'Friday morning, with. California &tee
to the 21st ult., and dates Aspinwall to
the 7th init. She brings $1,670,000 in .gold
The citizens of Panama had formed a guard
for theTrotection of property, and. the gov
ernment had taken steps to preitent further
violence, • A . iipidy Correiipondenee lad Aitken,
place between tbecommnnder of the sloop of
war St. Atary's and the Govern - or of Panama.
By a terrible accident on the Pan:ems railroad
thirty perticinfi'Were ••killed and over fifty
wounded.. The Indians,coatinue rtetiire—,hos
tilities in Oregon audAYashington Territories,
and. seem to be preparing for depredations in
Northern California..A party of regular troops
had been defeated•on Rogue.river, but in oth
er conflicts the •whites had been. successful
Heavy rains in California had given Mining
operations a new start:.
Pottocn" has apitmlat ,
ed.. Warren J. Woodward, •of Wilkesbarre,
composed of.the counties - of Columbia., Wyo
mit.eand -- . Rotort Pattie, an' A: so
ciate Judge for Qhestor county ; John W.
gohin:.an.Associdte Judge for Fulton county..
Junes Covert, Coroner of Northumberland co.
James P. Brown;. Sealer of Weights and dens
ures fo'r • Westmoreliiiiir county ;- Bebjamit
Moran, of London; Engle nib Commissioner o
Deeds for the United Kingdom.
of the last:Legislature ; and Dr. John Cancer
of Dauphin; Dr. R R. Reed, of. iVaihington
and - Hon: S. A*Ptlrvinnee, of Butler. Mane
els. of the: W est ern- Pennsylvania Boapititl. -
A-;NEw: TRADE.—The Pottstown
Ledger, of'n recent date. publishes - the follow
ing-att having actually occurred in that place.
It:ia decidedly rich; arid opens up
in trade , A farmer living . ft'short distance
from this Boiongh, purainisiatt .-.tme o our
store keepers n bill.of goods, Rollie five 'years
.ago. Payinen being delayed year after year.
suit was entere the , ranotint,,,ini_all, be
..tyreen five and six ollari.• Judgment Was
given against*the'debtor, who, 'however,
pealed, on the ground of having - a bill against
the store-keeper, as an offset., A meeting was
held before a Justice of the Pence, last week,
whin the debtor breuglitin a bill' of $9.50 for
corning to Pottstown to 'purchase the goods I
Of course the bill was not allowed:"
, LICENSES tit LANCASTER COUNTY.—The Cour
of Common• Pleas of Lancaster county, an
nounind their, decision on the applications for
Tavern Licenses last Saturday. Thirty-three .
were . granted In the city of Lancaster, nine in
Columbia, and one hundred and thiety-nine - in .
the rest' of the , county—in mill 181. Ninety
nine applications were rejected, viz: 141 n the
t in Columbia, and 7.6. in the county; and
ono was held.over until June. The Court ap
p ed the-fourt li-Mondai-of_June, fOr_the
.heayingof applications for Eating Bodies: It
is expeoteothat a iiinaiee'orthe — rejented' ap
plicants forAkvern licensee, will ;hen apply
for Eating I1')&-eNlenses.
NOUTIIEHN CENTRAL ItA%ROAIi. —We hare
learned' that this road, wide -'eua important
one to the interests of Pennsylvan, is being
rapidly completed, and it thought_tbat the,
track can be laid from-Harrisburg to Sub ry
early ip the coming fell. Some of the con;
tractors labor under -great -diiadvantoge for
the want eta sufficient - number of hands to
carry on their contracts. We cannot under
stand i'vhy this is 'so, as the wages • they • offer
nte good—one dollar and twenty-five cents per
dm. The Harrisburg Union - says that Labor
log 7 men ytoultLffiursteady_eiaployment in that:
neighborhood at these prices.:
.Wasutaarox,'llay - 19.—The Kansas Con.
grcssional CommissiotCforwarded by Gov. Ito
binsona large quantity of testimony taken by
them, enclosing it in a sealed package ad
dreesed to4he Speaker of the Item.. On Gov.
obinson's detention at Lexington, Mo., - hie
wife. at his request. 'continued ter journey.
, At Columbus',-Ohio, she banded the package
to the Hon. C. Watson. one of the, Commit
tee on Electione. who - to.day delivered, it.to
the Speaker, -privately. The 'Commissionere .
fequest that it may 'remain with the seal ini
broVitunill their return. This is the testi
mony which it is sold the Missourians, threat
ened to destroy.' ' •
.'g Holloway'S Ointment and pins, a won
cleric' Cure of Ulcers in the 14.—Fraderlok
Mir e d Houston Texas, was nfillottd for eight
years with seven ulcers in the ler, like the
keys of a flute, which dischargednontinuously
and' rendered his life one of the greattist.wret
chedness and misery: Dfany - remedies Were
tried in vain, he becanie worse, at last hi had
recourse to Holloway's Ointmint and Pills,
and by pereerring with these rentediei:„in
coal/Ince with the priptad directions f,Cr nine
week% be was radloagy oared is now able
to, walk better than ever he , his life:
LATER FROM CA,LIFORNIA.
L ~ vo ,_ .
• Ariontifqk r.urrirTHE NEW YORK DEMIOOm ,
RACY:—:4 split his °tutored In thit Soft abeli
wing of - theOemopratio party-in 'New Ye*.
Tiiii -- S - 3*lidifttecravep - thitt=htVvitig=adopted=
strong pro-slavery re'solutions, It , minority of'
delegates, • . ,
the some of whom have beep prem-
i nen Mem nernirter 4 OfrShult - rnory - ttralurw --
that these resoltitions 'do net *eipreititilte Ben-.
tlinents •of the Derpoorticy,, , nnd' they have
issued an address, 'in which thei - repud iite --- ; -
Pierce, and lake Strong ground in far l ot '
,freedom in 'the territories - . 'lt is sup po sed
they - wid - unite-with--the,--Republican 'qty.°.
This bolt is believed , to-=favor the adm'ssien
of the Herd Shell delegates to the Cincinnati
Couitititiiiii. - - ' - -' -' ----
. GREAT CIIIIE rilnerlitYll4A"N‘'
C.. Nov. - ,C.:../ackacm—Vear
Sir—Allow' care- .
thanks for your diegoyeril you
which, to say the 'Oast of it has effected a cure
that all other. medicines ' that - `I `have--taken
have entirely failed to , do. " Boolland'a Ger
man Bitters," , have cured me of the ., maat,ll.o-•
born and cogravatecLeolLof PILES;Aat,, , -pet= •
haps, - etier ' ' fell to the lot of man. Illy• . case le
net.a stranger to this Community. ill am,
Well,known.in this and the surrounding:noun- ,
tievand can truly say that my recovery has.
astounded all my friends-and. relations, oft .I '
had tried everything recomMended, abitribth
ing did me any good until I wat'prevailed
upon - . trY the - ilitters. -- -You -are at liberty . •
to make use of this- communication, for :the,
benefit of .the . dllicted, as you may think prod
.per., • - Truly yOurs, .W14..1. ATWOOD.
- See advertisement. \
• IMPORTANT NOTICE .—Those• af- .
flirted with Tumors,, Wens,' Cancers '
Deafness, _Bpi •
Diseases, or Blindness, Baldness and any growth 'or '
sere„t that (if.curablo). they. can-be cured.w I thou t knife Or.
'pain.No remedy on record. ever cured so many hope
less case:l. All other diseases, treated with positive enc.
cess.. For future particulars write and state disease,
and inclose 26' emits., In other letters enclose post
stamp. The re,medis - Tor — blindriesdrand deafrie vs -wIL-'
be mailed to any address on the receipt of One Dinar.
'Address: L . C D.' ItELLING,
'Mechanicsburg, Curuboilatid Co., Pa. .-_
. . . ...
--- - DA Y.1.F.17,8 - tit N Tit tc E - .:PATIP EXTRACTOR ,- 1W11.4 -
subdue the pain and intianintion from the severest burn
r scalds. In from ono to twenty minutes—and' that it
will heal the wounds witlniut_a scar; and.. effectually
taro Fever Bores—Piles—Salt , Rheum—inflammatory,
Rheumatism—Sore and Inflamed Eyes-Cuts-Wounds
—BruisesOicl and Inveterate' Sores—Scald Read—
and Dunions : —Erysipelas—Spniins—: wellings—
Folons—Chilblains---Bites of insects—Swelled and Bro.
ten -11reasV=Sore Nipples-:-Eruptions--and all other
inflammatory and cutaneous diseases, - Wherti the parts
Don't larincredulous about the many diseases named,
-to be-cured -by-only-one-thing;—butrettect thatthe fewi__
lout 'Poi:MVO - properties which the Dalley'Salie alone -
...out-ibis, aud.a en - 40(0re enumerated--one to tour—
can ranch not nly 'the allicy-mentioned diSeases, but.
Query.--Do ot regular bred physicians prescribe cep ... , , ,,
mel inwardly or scores of different diseases!" .fr
Each boa of llExclas Dstm - 's PAIN Errascion has up.
on - it a Steel Plato Engraved Ltibel...with the signatures
of.C; V. CLICKEN Ell, A C0..-_proprietore...e.nct.4l.ENßY
AA LLEY, manufacturer. All others are counterleit.
All orders should be addressed to C. V. Clickener k
Co.. Si Barclay street, New York. ',-
,S*l),For :sale by r all Druggists throughout the tutted,
States. - : ~.
WM : 7 H. CARRY-L,.
INfroRTER A NID -J 0 8,8 E_E,
FURNITURE COVERINGS, &a., &cr., &0.,
wan EVERY irEscntpTto:t OF. TR.TAIIII`IOB TO 114.1C11..
'NEW bIASONIC TE3IPtr. . 0 .
C11191%! 1 / 4 tir STREET, AIIOVI B,triarTlß
On the 15th inst.; by the Rey. A. IL Kremer, Mr.
BENJAMIN B.IIELIANBERGER, or Mifflin township,
to Miss ANN NICKEY, of Eninkford township.
On the same any; by the same. Mr. WILLIAM
611.11ET0 to Miss 'CAROLINE, DUNKELBEROER, , both
On the 15th inst., - by the Iter. - J. Seabrooki, JSa
HENRY BEAR to Mim CATHARINE LONOAIiACER,
both of West I'ennsboro' township. • .
On the 13th inst.. by the Rev. W. O. Dentia,
SAMUEL LEER, of near York tip . rings, to Miss F..1.44a
BETII 6311211, of Duisburg, Pa. • •
On. Saturday, the 10th 1n4., In Lancaster MY:after
a' lingering illness, CAROLINE It., wife of JOIIN. D.
CREIOII, Esq.,. of Calliorniti, in the forty-eighth year of
her agb.'. " - . -
- WALKER AND . THE RILIBUS.!
TE RS !—A Slap of-N lea raguh.,North and Central
Ainerlea, containing. Portraits of Gen. Walker and
others. the best aver published. will ba offered to the
clitkens .or.earliale :until Saturday neat: The Agents --
will benttt,o Pennsylvania House, on North Hanover
Street: for lire° dept. This is the only opportunity
that wIU be ollerod. Price 25 cents. . •
T HVONLra - HANCE!—TbeAirbentti
1 for the sale of sans' ritTortuts WORKS - willl - •
give . the citizens of Carlisle an opportunity:to subsclitsa.c
.for the best' worki 'over published In Anierica.' They
willte in this place, until Saturday,: who ,wish to; •
obtain copiei of these floolte.must do so , ..n a ivr, its Opther.
opportunity wiU not bo offered. They, only+, he had
by subscription. The itgentewllt be folatit ftkse.P
y H 401::".• .
siania ouse, on Noah ' HanoYer Street. ....•
A• 'N. GRENAN', - Attarnay at Laver;
100165 in E4isi Main Stliiit; rilehanicsburg,
im,lt'lll ettand to BURVEI'INO In connexion with
his profession.. [May .21,1850.4 y,,
CIOING - *TST , !--Ehavedeterin — inea -
VIII to go, igest.oritke JiMetiegi.,.',l will tlier*
fora sell c l a ell or any pill of my stock of GOODS and
clothing.,at Don't fail. then to call a few,dori
above tbeimit-ollice , ifion WO looking fotgOndivirgaing.
Persons who know themselves indebted by note or.book
account will make pap:neuter' or before said thy
1856--iw.] CHAS. DAltlinz."
VETSST .BRANCII -.. i4Nsu.RAgtg
vv CO., OF LOCK. OATEN" PA, Insures Detached
Stores,, blereharitilze,:Faria POperty, and'
other buildings; andiAtrair rentonts at , -tooderate. Meek-
CAPITAL $300,000--011ARTER r'
Hon. John J. Pearce, lion. O. C. Harvey, ' •
John D. Uall,' ' T. T. Abrams,
Charles A. Mayer, D. J. Jackman, ••• •
Charles Cried,: W. White,
Peter Dickinson; • • Thos. Kitchen. • •
RON. G. C. HARVEY, Pres.
T. C. A81L.918, Vice Pre9a.
TOOMAEI ICITCMICN, Secretary..
.Santnel U. Lloj d, Thos. bowman, D. D.,
A. A. Winegardner, 'Wm. Vimderbelt,
L. A:Mackey . . , Wm. 'Enema,'
A. White ,'; Dr. J. 8. CralijOrd,
James Quistgle, - A. Mpdegrafr,
John W.• Maynard, . James Armstrong.'
Mon. Simon c'ameron,, • llon. Wm. Bigler.
WM. 0. BRUM, lgent,'